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” So then my nerves got turned up, but the closer I got to it, the more excited I was to dive in and play with her. I know every role, every little tiny thing she’s ever done. I also have a really small family, so I came out to my sister first. She really, genuinely, didn’t want me to tell my grandmother, so I didn’t.We met at the bar of Maialino, where the Master of None cast and crew, who were staying at the Gramercy Hotel right next door, sauntered by to give her hugs and kisses.(Aziz says hi.) She was dressed comfortably in a light-gray sweatshirt that said “Buy Art Not Drugs,” made by the Chicago-based artist Hebru Brantley, and black drop-crotch pants.I didn’t even make it back to my hotel when Aziz called and said, “We have to tell that story, and I need you to write it.” I’m like, “I already have a full plate, I trust you guys,” and they’re like, “No, you have to write it.” I was in London filming something, [Aziz] came, and we were in his hotel room and we just banged it out.There were scenes he’d put in the computer, and other things where we’d go back and forth to find the funniest thing.It was the best experience collaborating with someone, because Aziz and I were so comfortable with each other at that point that I felt comfortable putting very autobiographical, vulnerable things into it.